It's tucked away near the border and mostly forgotten halfway between Boulia and Camooweal but Urandangi locals are desperate to have a beer again.
And they'll be cheered by the news from the place that acts as the local community centre - the Urandangi Pub.
The pub in the tiny town 200km south-west of Mount Isa has been closed since late March but publican Pam Forster said she is about open its doors again on Saturday.
"I've decided to open on Saturday to see how things go," Ms Forster said.
"It's been a big decision being so close to the (NT) border mostly of my patrons are Indigenous and I didn't want to create any trouble."
These are people from places like Hart's Range and Lake Nash who cannot travel across the border but it seems they may be getting their alcohol elsewhere.
"Police are telling me this isn't a problem anyway for Lake Nash as they are getting it from Mount Isa," Ms Forster said.
But the opening of the pub will be good news for all Pam's customers on the Queensland side of the border including local stations like Headingly.
"The stations are all waiting to have a bit of a blow out before they start mustering," she said.
She said the police and army were still conducting patrols at Urandangi, which is just 35km from the NT border.
"They've kept me going, I can tell you," she said.
"I've been feeding the army and police seven days a week while the pub was closed."
The Dangi pub is the de facto town hall and meeting place for a wider regional community.
Pam has lived in Urandangi for 12 years winning an RFDS Local Hero Award in 2016 and Boulia's citizen of the year in 2017.
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